Let’s just say that I’m settling IN for this article by Vanity Fair Special Correspondent, Maureen Orth about what “Katie Didn’t Know“. I’m actually rubbing my hands together…shit’s ’bout to get REAL. Believe me. NO ONE wants the brilliant, diligent and investigative Maureen Orth all up in their business–just ask Vladimir Putin, Madonna, Woody Allen or Michael Jackson. (Well. You get the idea.)
Here’s a little taste of what’s to come in the October issue of Vanity Fair regarding (gasp!) the truth about Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, wife-auditions, and the
nasty cult Church of Scientology:
“In the October issue, Vanity Fairspecial correspondent Maureen Orth reports that in 2004 Scientology embarked on a top-secret project headed by Shelly Miscavige, wife of Scientology chief David Miscavige, which involved finding a girlfriend for Tom Cruise. According to several sources, the organization devised an elaborate auditioning process in which actresses who were already Scientology members were called in, told they were auditioning for a new training film, and then asked a series of curious questions including: “What do you think of Tom Cruise?” Marc Headley, a Scientologist from age seven, who says he watched a number of the audition videotapes when he was head of Scientology’s in-house studio, tells Orth, “It’s not like you only have to please your husband—you have to toe the line for Scientology.” Both Nicole Kidman and Penélope Cruz ran afoul of Scientology and David Miscavige, according to another former Scientologist. “You can’t do anything to displease Scientology, because Tom Cruise will freak out,” Headley says. (Scientology representatives deny that any such search took place and have dismissed several of the story’s sources as disgruntled apostates. David Miscavige and Tom Cruise declined to be interviewed.)”
Good Lord. I’m gonna lap this up like cream, I tell ya. I certainly hope Ms. Orth has bodyguards.